Question about Vulcan AUW230A Heater
Yes I would agree with you that t-stat may be gone but have you recently put new batteries in your t-stat. If you have then you can get a new stat from hvac dealer or check with your local hardware stores. I believe that is a honeywell number so should not be hard to find replacement. When you change it just make sure you get wires back on proper terminals. Thank you and have a good new year.
Posted on Jan 04, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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